Using Frederick Douglass’ Narrative as Motivation for Student Writing

Using Frederick Douglass’ Narrative as Motivation for Student Writing
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Using Frederick Douglass' Narrative as Motivation for Student Writing
For secondary school students in African American History, American History, or American Literature classes, one of the most successful pieces of literature for motivating students to read and write is the Narrative of Life of Frederick Douglass an American Slave. It's a powerful autobiography that teaches students that people can transcend group distinctions, whether racial ethnic class, or gender. Equally important is the connection that is shown between literacy and personal empowerment- that one can become master of his or her own fate. 25$
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